Clarissa Abbott, a parent and one of the organizers, said the event will be cancelled if social distancing recommendations are still in place at that time. Tickets will be refundable.
Two veteran lawmakers have joined state Sen. Rusty Crowe’s campaign for Tennessee’s 1st District seat in the U.S. House of Representatives.
After being closed for two months, the kitchen at Mid City Grill is again alive with activity. Workers clad in masks and gloves toss sizzling fries, assemble sandwiches and sear savory hamburger patties.
Johnson City commissioners will review about $1.8 million in potential funding intended to assist entities impacted by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic.
On a national scale, Dr. William Block, dean of the ETSU Quillen College of Medicine, estimates the field of pediatric surgery only produces about 45 practitioners every year.
First Horizon Bank has processed about 13,000 applications from small business owners through the Paycheck Protection Program — more than a year’s worth of work that the company has done in five weeks.
Recreational facilities operated by the City of Johnson City will likely remain closed at least until Gov. Bill Lee issues new orders allowing them to reopen.
A statewide poll by East Tennessee State University researchers suggests protesters calling stay-at-home orders government overreach represent a small, if vocal, minority of Tennesseans.
A controversial annexation request in Boones Creek will move on to the Johnson City Commission with a stamp of approval from the city’s regional planning board.
As Tennessee reports revenue losses for April, state officials are waiting for more clarity about how they can use federal stimulus money distributed during the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak — including whether that funding can be used to
May 12, 2020 at 6:42 PM